UK: Police charge 3 men with terrorist offenses

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November 4, 2005 14:50

 
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British police said Friday they had charged three men arrested last month for alleged involvement with terrorism. Two of the men, Waseem Mughal and Younis Tsouli, both aged 22, were charged with a range of offenses including conspiracy to murder and conspiracy to cause an explosion, London's Metropolitan Police said. The third man, Tariq Al-Daour, 19, was charged with conspiracy to obtain money by deception, fundraising and possession of money for terrorist purposes. They were scheduled to appear at Bow Street Magistrates Court in London later Friday. Scotland Yard police headquarters said the arrests were not linked to the July bomb attacks on London, which killed 52 people and four suicide bombers.

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